How to develop sober living skills

How to develop sober living skills

Wits Inn Recovery


How to develop sober living skills
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    1. Have Strong family support or need to learn to parent themselves
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    3. Anyone who seeks help for addiction recovery

  1. We offer education and support that can help you to learn how to develop sober living skills
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  1. The key benefits of our services. The pain recovery solves with the treatment for these clients can clear the way to (end fear of failure, relieve them from the fear of financial insecurity, finding sober friend and support, feeling successful, new found health in recovery eases many specific health conditions) – Seemingly insurmontable problems become solved for people in the addiction recovery programs. Sobriety, support of the group, education, and a state of well being “help” so many issues become a part of the past as we learn to "live in today"  You have identified the problem and began learning about how you solve your issues, you also address the benefit of the benefit. The 12-step programs are said to bring miracles.
    1. The treatment team assumes the education and care for the client taking stress away from family.  Removes the burden and typical tension between client and family members.  Places client into a positive and clean environment which allows the program to work on solving core, emotional, mental, and family issues driving the behaviors.
    2. Addressing these areas give the client the appropriate coping skills necessary to handle life issues without drugs and alcohol.
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  1. Our unique proposition as a referral source or the core differentiator from other treatment center help lies is we are working with multiple treatment settings from coast to coast.  Why should someone use WI Treatment Referral services or come to us instead of going somewhere else (or click away)?  You don't have to make all of those phone calls, searching for what you want or you can afford. Call Wits Inn and we will do the research for you. Get you what you want and need, working with your private health insurance or your cash budget.
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    5. Utilize the Experiential Treatment Model / live your way into better thinking
    6. Referrals to Programs for Adolescent, Adult, and Geriatric
    7. Referrals address the Treatment of all Addictions
    8. Continue to Work with clients where other Treatment facilities give up

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What is Alcohol Abuse?

What is Alcohol Abuse?


Alcohol is a legal drug as long as you are 21 years old or older you can buy it, own it, use it.  If you want to drink that is your business.  If you want to stop, or people around you want you to seek recovery, we can help. 949-292-2000.

Many drinking families notice that one family member is encountering difficulties above and beyond the family culture.  The one person can go to treatment and change their life without the rest of the family changing their habits. 
A person's recovery can not depend on other people changing.  

Wits Inn professionals have been helping alcoholics and their families to recover from the effects of problem drinking for years. We have found our methods to be tried and true.  Wits Inn got its start in 1989 as recovery homes, intensive outpatient, and residential treatment system.  With all of these years having passed since we were involved with people who came into rehab at that time we get to see "How the program has worked long term." 

People often ask about outcome studies; we feel the results of such studies are pretty unreliable. Som facilities send out cards to clients a year after treatment is completed.  The ones who answer the cards are people who still have the same address and are functional enough to respond to the study.  These people will be in a high percentage those who are doing ok. All the others who do not respond will not be included in the curve.  So the success rates can come out pretty high.  The reality may be something different.  Wits Inn's administrators and councilors tend to be active members of the local recovering community.  This is what we see.  An abundance of people living, working, and raising families in our beach cities area are graduates of the Wits Inn Recovery programs.  We see them in the banks and the churches, at the school sports games with their children and grandchildren.  They are sober, productive members of our society.  Often we have to search our memories to think of when they were with us in treatment as they remind us they are old' 'Wits Inners.' 

We also see those who have had ever increasing periods of sobriety with shorter and less intense relapses by staying involved with the AA fellowship.  We meet those who never got sober and had lost so much.  After 20 plus years we are beginning to see the aging active alcoholics who had terrible long lasting relapses which are showing signs of alcoholic brain damage.  The most common symptom we experience is significant communication difficulties.  People who start to tell you something, but they start in the middle of a paragraph, without ever stating the subject of the conversation.  An intense interview of the alcoholic on the part of the listener may or may not ever reveal the subject the alcoholic is trying to convey.

Old alcoholics in their active addiction look and feel bad.  If you are one of the beautiful people, who may be over indulging take this beauty tip.  Stop drinking while you have a chance to keep your brain & body in good working order.   
Alcoholism does not get better on its own. 
Just stopping the drinking is not enough.  
Cutting down is very unlikely to work.  Drinking can be a huge part of a person's life.  Drinking even occasionally can be used as a favorite coping skill.  Once the alcohol is gone from a person's life, it has to be replaced with a new social life and a large variety of new coping skills.  Old hurts, resentments, and black and white ways of thinking will stop coming up only if we can become educated and go through therapeutic processes that shine a renewed way of perceiving old thoughts. 
Read that again - This is it - This is recovery. 

This process of alcohol abuse treatment cannot begin until the alcoholic is here. Alcoholism can just mess up your life, slow down your progress in archiving what you want for yourself, or it can be deadly.
Wits Inn want to teach you how to thrive and save your life. 
But we can help save the life of you or someone you love until you are here. You have to call now. If it gets too late, treatment may not be possible.

We can work with your insurance or cash budget.  If you need a medicine assisted detox, we have placements.  You can come as an outpatient to us, or we will help you find another place that is more convenient.  If you need to keep working, outpatient is perfect.  If you need to take off work to get sober, we are aware of the laws protecting your job and can help you with that. 

If you want to stay with us while in treatment, we have the sober living.  If you want to go to a rehab close by or get out of state, we can get you there easily and help you all of the ways through the process.

If you have a loved one who needs help but is unwilling we have interventionist who conduct dignity and respect interventions that are running 96% successful over 20+ year of interventions.   

If the intervention family is a drinking family or has indulged in use with the loved one who needs treatment, Fear Not.  The professionalism of the interventionist  transcends this and many other issues that you may fear.  In intervention we do not deny any truths, we own the truth, apologize for our part in the problem at hand and stay focused on getting help and wanting the change of this painful situation. 

Intervention is not about putting the client or the family on trial.  It's a gift, an offer of help. No matter what a problem drinking has to say about not wanting or needing help.  They too would like the painful consequences to stop. Treatment and intervention illuminate a path to change for the better.  

Most people want to please their loved ones.  Therapy and intervention take a person to the most vulnerable state of mind, closer to their actual inside emotions.  It is easier to give and receive love is this state of mind that is freed of the ego mind state. 

It appears there are some who use alcohol without impunity. Is this true? Well, it's fattening, it cost money, what drinker hasn't said or done something they regretted while under the influence? Of course, there are fights, broken or damaged marriages, bruised and batted reputations and the children who find out their grown up heroes are not all they need to be thought they were. Others around the drinker are often hurt.  Their loved ones, and in some cases, the people around them such as drunk driving incidents.  Alcohol addiction can have serious health consequences. These include, among many others, cirrhosis of the liver and brain damage. 

How to get started? You can call or e-mail us at Wits Inn Recovery 
If we don't have what you want or need, we are also a referral source
and will get you in touch with the correct clinicians to serve you.

So call me, I want to help.
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Loriann Witte CAC, RAS, NCDA Interventionist  
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What is Cocaine Abuse?


Cocaine Abuse InterventionCocaine, also known as “coke” and “blow”, is made from the leaves of the coca plant.  It is a white powdery substance, and is highly addictive.  This drug is a stimulant and provides the user with a strong and intense high.  Because the high does not last very long, cocaine addicts need to find a way to constantly consume it.  Cocaine addiction has serious health consequences.  It can increase the user’s heart rate and blood pressure to unsafe levels, and oftentimes will lead to heart attack or stroke.

Cocaine Effects

Cocaine effects are extremely detrimental on the body and the consequences related to cocaine effects can eventually lead to permanent damage, addiction and death. While each person who uses this drug reacts to it differently, there are two distinct categories of cocaine effects: short-term effects and long-term effects. Even if a person has only used cocaine once, he/she can experience short-term cocaine effects. Long-term cocaine effects appear after increased periods of use and are dependent upon the duration of time and amount of cocaine that has been consumed.

Short-term cocaine effects are noticeable immediately and although they are not always damaging, in some cases they have caused serious bodily damage and death. Deaths related to cocaine effects are often a result of cardiac arrest or seizures and respiratory failure. * Some of the short-term cocaine effects first time users experience includes increased energy, decreased appetite, and increased heart rate and blood pressure.

Short-term cocaine effects include:
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Constricted blood vessels
  • Dilated pupils
  • Mental alertness
  • Increased energy
  • Increased heart rate
  • Decreased appetite
  • Increased temperature

People who try cocaine often get hooked to the short-term cocaine effects, namely feeling as though they have increased energy. The quick high keeps users feeling energetic and able to endure longer in physical activities. New cocaine users often try cocaine to increase productivity at work and in other areas of their lives so that they can work longer and harder. While these results may seem promising in the beginning, increased tolerance and dangerous life choices often follow repeated cocaine use.

One cocaine effect, appetite suppression, is very popular for people looking to lose weight or maintain a low weight. Fashion models have been known to use cocaine in order to stay thin. Cocaine users often go days without eating and if this behavior is continued it can lead to addiction. Increased heart rate, blood pressure, constricted blood vessels, dilated pupils, and increased temperature are all short-term physiological cocaine effects. When taken in large quantities, cocaine will intensify the user's high and may cause violent and erratic behavior on the part of the user.

Long-tem cocaine effects are noticeable as cocaine abuse continues and tolerance builds. Since cocaine is a highly addictive drug, it can lead to major medical complications and health problems. Some of the these complications include heart disease, heart attacks, respiratory failure, strokes, seizures, and gastrointestinal problems. Other physical symptoms include convulsions, nausea, blurred vision, chest pain, fever, muscle spasms, and coma.

As the habit of using cocaine becomes increasingly important, behavior such as lying, heating, stealing, absenteeism at work and denying the use of cocaine, is an evident side effect. While these behaviors are not directly related to the use of cocaine, these cocaine effects are often present due to the lifestyle of the addict.
Please contact us with questions or concerns at 949-292-2000

Call Me Now For Help With Cocaine Addiction 
Loriann Witte  949-292-2000

What is Opiate Abuse?


Opiate Addiction Intervention
Opiates are potent narcotics used by doctors and hospitals to temporarily alleviate intense pain either from injury or painful diseases such as cancer.  Opiates are derived from the opium poppy and are often taken because of the feeling of euphoria they bring about.   Some common types of opiates are: Opium, Oxycontin, Heroin, Morphine, Vicodin, and Codeine. Opiates have severe health risks including: vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, fever, weight loss, chronic constipation, HIV/AIDS (if needles are shared), and death.  

Need help with Opiate Abuse? 
Contact Me Now! 949-292-2000
Loriann Witte 

What is Heroin Abuse?

What is Heroin Abuse?


Heroin, an opiate, is known by several names, including: smack, horse, and brown sugar due to its varying forms and colors.  Like other opiates, it produces a feeling of euphoria and can become addictive within the first few uses.  The health risks include: vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, fever, weight loss, chronic constipation, HIV/AIDS (if needles are shared), and death.  

Triggers that bring on cravings are the people, places and things the addict associates with heroin and being under the influence. In treatment and sober living people learn from the clinicians various tools and skills to manage the cravings for heroin. Client's are taught what are their own personal & unique triggers so they can develop strategies to avoid the these set ups that could bring about craving and lead to relapse. Learning to keep yourself safe includes avoiding the encounters that activates a powerful craving to use heroin. These tools can be learned with the use of (self hypnosis, thought stopping techniques, thought redirection techniques, guided imagery, relaxation, etc.) to interrupt the craving so that one doesn't do the worst of all things -- act on it and pick up and take that first dose of heroin.

Our program is based on the humanistic and holistic schools of addiction treatment. We also believe that success in recovery involves adopting a "program" of total abstinence from alcohol and every other mood altering substance. We accomplish this by working our recovery program one day at a time, learning and growing in recovery, and when necessary, leaning on our recovery support system to derive strength and resolve to get through difficult periods when ingesting heroin seems like a good idea.

Most addicts have developed a relationship with their drug of choice as medicine to medicate unpleasant or uncomfortable feelings. The one-on-one counseling sessions with his primary therapist are designed to uncover and resolve any issues he may be using behind. The group sessions are about re-learning how to process feelings in a healthy way on a group level. And the recovery education classes are designed to teach your friend and help him begin practicing healthy lifestyle choices consistent with successful long-term recovery.

Heroin addiction is a highly treatable medical problem that involves two different yet related types of dependency. The first is physical dependency where more opiate is needed to get the same effect. There are several excellent detox medications that that the addiction-ology physician can prescribe when the necessity of a medicine assisted detoxification is indicated. Pattern of daily heroin use suggests a probable physical dependence on the addictive opiate and therefore will require a medically managed detoxification.

The other type of dependency is psychological in nature and manifests itself as "cravings" -- overwhelming, overpowering thoughts to ingest heroin that are frequent and powerful during the first six months of recovery. There's no pill or medication to address this type of dependency. Unless the addict acquires some tools and skills to manage the cravings for heroin, he'll ultimately relapse at some point after the detox. Our counselors' objective is to equip him with the necessary tools and skills to manage his "cravings" and to begin living a healthy lifestyle from the standpoint of physical health, mental health, emotional health and spiritual health.

The best analogy I've come up with compares rehab to school where the counselors teach the clients about and help them begin practicing the life-style changes and choices that are consistent with successful recovery. What separates the mediocre treatment programs from the best programs is the quality and commitment of the counseling staff. What you're looking for is a program like ours where the counselors have the special gift to connect with, motivate and inspire recovering addicts to adopt the lifestyle changes and choices consistent with successful long-term recovery.  That's why picking the right treatment program is so important to ultimate long-term success in recovery. We offer referrals to such a programs.


WITS INN Treatment Referral

Loriann Witte, CAC, RAS, CNADI

Heroin Abuse Intervention
Loriann Witte (949) 292 2000

What is Methadone Abuse?


Methadone Abuse Intervention
Methadone, which is used to treat people who are addicted to heroin, is itself a highly-addictive drug. Like heroin, methadone is an opiate, and it is used to relieve the cravings that a recovering heroin addict may experience. Because of its addictive properties, Methadone comes with many potential serious health risks such as vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, fever, weight loss, chronic constipation, and death.

Methadone Addiction Intervention
 Loriann Witte  949-292-2000 

What is Marijuana Abuse?


Marijuana addiction has clear signs and indicators and this page will discuss this in depth.
Marijuana addiction is simply an uncontrollable urge to possess and use the drug. Those with marijuana addiction are not able to stop using the drug even if they wish.
Often a person with marijuana addiction will make continuous excuses about why now is not a good time to stop using the drug. Such people are not alone.
Marijuana addiction is a disease that affects millions of people every year. There is a good reason why admission to rehabilitation facilities has doubled for marijuana addiction.
The potency of the drug continues to get more powerful and studies show that teens can get a hold of marijuana often easier than alcohol. Even those who seek treatment for drugs that are perceived has "harder" like heroin or cocaine will often acknowledge that marijuana is their primary drug of choice.
Marijuana addiction has the same characteristics as any other addiction to other drugs including alcohol, tobacco or even caffeine. The frequent obsession with the drug, thinking about it all the time, where to get it, when to get it, is there enough, is it good enough, will I have the money for more are frequently asked questions.
Another trait of marijuana addiction is the physical craving that comes when the body adapts to the drug and begins to develop a tolerance to it. Anyone who has been smoking marijuana for awhile can tell that they must smoke more now to feel the same effect that just a few hits used to produce. It's not about the quality of the weed, it's the bodies defense mechanism as it readjusts to keep balance with the frequent supply of new chemicals being delivered by the pot.        
Consequences of marijuana addiction start to take toll when the user continues to use marijuana even in the event of health or social consequences. Memory and learning problems may be causing problems at work or even result in losing a job because of high absenteeism. Increasing isolation from friends and family often puts heavy strain on relationships with loved ones.
There is a vicious cycle to marijuana addiction in which these problems are often used as a rational to smoke even more pot.
Marijuana Abuse Info

Consequences of marijuana addiction start to take toll when the user continues to use marijuana even in the event of health or social consequences. Memory and learning problems may be causing problems at work or even result in losing a job because of high absenteeism. Increasing isolation from friends and family often puts heavy strain on relationships with loved ones. There is a vicious cycle to marijuana addiction in which these problems are often used as a rational to smoke even more pot. A trap that many fall into is that the drug that is causing the problem becomes the solution to the problem it caused.

There is help however 12-step treatment and behavioral therapy has proven to be very effective for marijuana rehab.  If you or a loved one needs to stop smoking marijuana we hope that you will call us today. Marijuana addiction must be treated like the disease it is. Let the professionals at Wits Inn Recovery show you how you can take back your life from the grips of marijuana addiction. Call us today for a confidential consultation. We accept many medical insurance plans as well as cash pay. 

Marijuana Addiction Intervention
Loriann Witte CAC 949-292-2000

What is Crack Cocaine Abuse?

Crack Cocaine 

Crack cocaine is a version of powdered cocaine, but crack cocaine is much more potent. Crack cocaine is cooked into a more concentrated version of the normal powdered cocaine. Crack cocaine is smoked, usually through a glass pipe or aluminum can. In the early eighties this drug, crack cocaine, hit the streets and has made a lasting impression on America ever since. In 1997 the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse estimated that there were 604,000 crack cocaine users in the United States.

Crack cocaine is commonly known as one of the most addictive street drugs available and people who use crack are often unable to stop, even if they want to. While crack cocaine was once though to be a 'ghetto' drug, crack cocaine has become popular among younger and more affluent crowds because it is inexpensive and produces a short lasting, but powerful euphoric high. Many researchers believe that crack cocaine will continue to be a popular drug since it is relatively easy to obtain.  

Crack Cocaine Addiction Intervention
Loriann Witte 949-292-2000 

What is Ecstasy Abuse?

Ecstasy or X

Ecstasy or X AddictionEcstasy effects can create pain in the mind and body of the very user who seeks pleasure from ecstasy effects. Pleasurable ecstasy effects that are sought include a relaxed upbeat mood and feelings, reduced anxiety, increased sensitivity to others and a high energy level that can be sustained for many hours. Regretfully, some only believe in pleasurable ecstasy effects which may explain why ecstasy use has increased steadily in recent years. 

In three studied grade levels, 8th, 10th and 12th, ecstasy use has risen over the past two years and by the time America's youth enters the 12th grade 11% have been under the influence of ecstasy effects.

This site is dedicated to those who have found their life severely impacted by ecstasy effects and need help. Ecstasy, a street name given for the chemical MDMA, is a synthetic, psychoactive , neurotoxic drug with many negative effects. Ecstasy has similar structure to stimulants, like cocaine, and hallucinogenics like LSD. Also similar to cocaine and amphetamines is the highly addictive nature of ecstasy effects. Another commonality of ecstasy and all other abused drugs is the down-side, the negative often long-lasting ecstasy effects that far outweigh the few short term pleasures listed above. 

Here are a few effects of Ecstasy Abuse that may come as quickly as the first dose.

  •  Confusion
  •  Sleep problems
  •  Anxiety
  •  Teeth clenching
  •  Blurred vision
  •  Acne like rash
  •  Brain damage
  •  Depression      
  •  Addiction
  •  Paranoia
  •  Nausea
  •  Chills and sweating 
  •  Liver damage
  •  Aggression     

In addition to these consequences, impaired memory and long term reduction of serotonin and dopamine can disrupt normal brain activity in the ecstasy user and cause learning disorders and emotional problems.. Erratic mood swings and depression can lead to isolation from friends and family that do not use. Often decreased performance on the job or in school occurs from ecstasy abuse and financial problems increase as well.

Wits Inn can help you or a loved one recover from these damaging ecstasy effects. It is beneficial to note, especially since ecstasy effects many of our youth, that treatment for ecstasy, other drugs and/or alcohol abuse does not need to be voluntary to work. Most of our clients are motivated by a crisis of one form or another and many come to us under pressure from family, employers or the court system. The professional medical doctors, psychiatrists and counselors of the Treatment Referral Services have worked with hundreds of clients suffering with the consequences of drug addiction.

Ecstasy Abuse InterventionOur successful program begins with a one-on-one consultation to assess the individual and customize the most effective treatment plan possible. Treatment plans vary per individual and address the underlying causes of drug use in addition to the symptoms of drug use including problems with family, employer, school and the legal system.

Medication and rest are often used in the first several days to detoxify the body of ecstasy effects and minimize emotional discomfort of withdrawal. Counselors then work with clients on an individual basis, in group sessions and in family therapy if required. Wits End Interventions professional staff helps build effectual behaviors and positive abilities in clients to promote continual abstinence from drug use. 

Loriann Witte 949-292-2000

What is Xanax Abuse?


Xanax Abuse Information Xanax addiction is especially dangerous because Xanax addiction often begins with a prescription from a doctor. Xanax addiction is a common side-effect of the prescription drug Alprazolam. The drug is a central nervous system depressant and Xanax addiction occurs when the drug is abused beyond its prescribed purposes. Used to treat many disorders from anxiety to stress, 

Xanax addiction results in the overuse of the drug to suppress unwanted feelings. Whether the drug is taken every night to fall asleep or continually throughout the day to remain calm, Xanax addiction progresses quickly and has become a serious health problem for many people.

Xanax is the brand name for Alprazolam which produces a calming effect on the brain by literally slowing it down. The Xanax user might experience a drowsy feeling during the first few days until the body builds up a tolerance to the drug. This is an important factor of Xanax addiction because it is this tolerance that allows the user to take more and more of the drug to feel the same effects. Those with a Xanax addiction seek the drowsy feeling with a much higher intensity than normal people. The brain in those with a Xanax addiction associates Xanax with reward and stimulates pleasure centers that give the user feelings of euphoria that normal users do not experience.

With the increasing use and tolerance, consequences soon begin to emerge. Soon the single prescription from the family doctor is not enough to satisfy the user and those with Xanax addiction may seek other doctors for additional prescriptions. It is not unusual for individuals with serious Xanax addiction to be juggling five, ten or sometimes even more doctors, getting prescriptions for Xanax from each of them.

Clearly the cost of this adds up quickly and the user might resort to crime to get Xanax. Fraudulent prescriptions, theft of prescription pads and bogus phone calls to pharmacies are a national problem.

The wife/mother/father/waitress/truck driver/lawyer/executive who began taking Xanax on the advice of their doctor to relieve tension and stress does not do so with the knowledge that a few months from now they might be committing forgery or buying Xanax off the black market on the street. Xanax addiction slowly consumes the user in such a way that no amount of self-will and desire can halt the process on its own. Those with a Xanax addiction have developed a medical condition in which the brain and body are altered. This condition is progressive and if not treated, Xanax addiction can be fatal.

Xanax Addiction InterventionWhen the body and mind build up a tolerance that allows or could be said, requires that 5, 15, 20, or even 80 pills must be taken on a given day to feel "normal" that is Xanax addiction. At this point it is not even safe to just stop on your own. Physical dependence is well established and the withdrawal effects could be deadly. Brain seizures occur as the brain goes from being suppressed into hyperactivity when the Xanax is removed.

Contact us today for a private consultation about you or a loved one's Xanax addiction. We can help if you want help and we can help if the user is unwilling in the beginning. Call us today to reclaim the life you want.

Loriann Witte  949-292-2000